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Old September 5th, 2016, 10:17 PM   #1661
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Photos: Regional Connector construction update

Crews at the 1st/Central Station site have reached the bottom of excavation and work to build the station floor, or invert slab, is now underway. In the photos above you can see some of the struts used to brace opposing walls against each other. This type of excavation support system is best suited for narrow dig sites.
http://thesource.metro.net/2016/09/0...uction-update/
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Old September 7th, 2016, 04:55 AM   #1662
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Marina Marketplace Slated for Redevelopment

A series of commercial properties just outside of Marina del Rey could give way for a large mixed-use development.

Last week, plans were filed with the City of Los Angeles to construct a residential-retail complex at 13450 W. Maxella Avenue. The approximately 6.8-acre site, located east of Lincoln Boulevard, is currently developed with shopping center and an associated parking lot. Its is unclear which, if any, existing buildings would be affected.

According to a case filing from the Department of City Planning, the project would create a total of 658 apartments - including 66 affordable units - situated above 27,300 square feet of ground-floor commercial space. The height and layout of proposed development is unclear.

The property, built in the late 1970s, came under the ownership of RREEF Real Estate in 2006. Recent years have seen the redevelopment of several nearby properties into multifamily residential buildings, including a portion of the shopping center. A complimentary outdoor mall located across Maxella Avenue recently completed a comprehensive makeover.
http://urbanize.la/post/marina-marke...-redevelopment
http://la.curbed.com/2016/9/6/128186...hopping-center
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Fresh pics: Crenshaw/LAX Line construction roundup for September
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Old September 8th, 2016, 05:16 AM   #1664
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Fresh Renderings for 100 West Walnut
Mixed-use development slated for parking lots surrounding Parsons office complex.

Plans to redevelop the surface parking lots surrounding the Parsons Corporation's Pasadena headquarters have taken another step forward.

Earlier this month, the city's design commission approved the 100 West Walnut development, which would create a series of five-and-six-story buildings along Fair Oaks Avenue and Walnut Street. The project, which is being developed by Lincoln Property Company and AMLI Residential, will feature approximately 210,000 square feet of office space, 17,500 square feet of ground-floor commercial space and as many as 475 residential units.

The proposed development, designed by architecture firms SOM and Harley Ellis Devereaux, would feature a series of contemporary buildings adjacent to Old Town Pasadena. The design commission and the development team hope to incorporate signage which would draw pedestrian traffic from the adjacent historic district.

Plans call for significant open space, such as an internal courtyards, alleys and pathways. A new driveway would separate the mixed-use community from the Parsons Building, and is also expected to allow for cut-through pedestrian traffic. Other features would include a dog park, a pool and a rooftop deck.
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Old September 9th, 2016, 04:48 AM   #1666
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Fresh Renderings for Hollywood's Art Deco Hotel
Sunset Boulevard Jack In The Box to give way for hotel tower.

An upcoming presentation to the Los Angeles City Planning Commission has unveiled new renderings for the Hollywood Ivar Gardens Project, R.D. Olson development's proposed hotel at 6409 Sunset Boulevard.

The project, intended for the current site of a Jack In The Box restaurants, would consist of a 21-story building featuring 275 guest rooms, 1,900 square feet of ground-floor retail space and accessory functions. Proposed guest amenities include a terrace garden, a rooftop swimming pool, a fitness center and four levels of underground parking for 135 vehicles.

The 231-foot tower is envisioned in the Art Deco style by the architecture firm WATG. Documents from the Department of City Planning (LADCP) state that exterior materials would consist primarily of glass, fiber reinforced concrete and grill work.

Construction of the hotel would occur over approximately 22 months, although an exact groundbreaking date is currently unclear. LADCP staff have recommended that the City Planning Commission approve the proposed development.
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Old September 9th, 2016, 05:21 AM   #1667
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Westfield Santa Anita debuts new ‘Food Alley’ to highlight local SGV flavors

When asked if the Food Alley is the mall’s Asian food court, Westfield Santa Anita marketing manager Debbie Oung said that isn’t the case, despite all of the eateries having Asian or Asian-American influences.

“This mall is at the heart of the San Gabriel Valley, which is huge in the food movement,” Oung said. “People recognize the importance of food here, so we know there’s demand for something like this.”

For Glenn Inanaga, vice president of legal at Panda Restaurant Group, the confluence of Asian flavors in the Food Alley is beneficial. Panda Restaurant Group partnered with Uncle Tetsu’s to bring the brand — with 70 locations worldwide — to the United States.

“There’s very good synergy between the restaurants here,” Inanaga said. “We jumped at the chance to help showcase great Asian-inspired brands here.”

Lee agreed, saying he hopes to benefit from having all of his restaurants there in close proximity and having them next to different Asian-inspired concepts.
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Old September 10th, 2016, 05:45 AM   #1668
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Old September 11th, 2016, 02:43 AM   #1669
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Hollywood Park Redevelopment Preps for Construction

The removal of two of Hollywood Park's landmark freeway signs signals that the planned redevelopment of the former racetrack has is on the cusp of begining material construction.

The sprawling project site - bounded by Century Boulevard, Prairie Avenue and Pincay Drive - will be converted by real estate firms Wilson Meany and Stockbridge Capital Group over the next decade into a mixed-use neighborhood featuring some 3,000 residential units, 620,00 square feet of stores and restaurants, a 300-key hotel and 25 acres of public parks. The 298-acre property - larger than the entirety of Disneyland - would function as a second downtown for the City of Inglewood.

However, those elements of the project have been largely overshadowed by its centerpiece: a professional football stadium which will be home to the resurrected Los Angeles Rams. The 70,000-seat venue, budgeted at more than $2 billion, is scheduled to open in 2019.

Stockbridge and Wilson Meany, as well as Rams owner Stan Kroenke, have enlisted a team of architects which includes the firms Hart Howerton, EDAW, Baldauf Catton Von Eckartsberg, Quatro Design Group and Mia Lehrer & Associates. Dallas-based HKS, Inc. has been commissioned to design the stadium.
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Old September 12th, 2016, 04:40 AM   #1670
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2024 Summer Olympics | Games of the XXXIII Olympiad - Candidate Cities
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L.A. trying hard to bring Olympics back to U.S. in 2024

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti was in Rio trying to convince Olympic officials his city should play host eight years from now. It’s been 20 years since the 1996 Summer Games in Atlanta. Since then, Chicago and New York have tried unsuccessfully to land the Olympics, points out CBS News correspondent Ben Tracy.

“I think a lot of people are asking, ‘Who would ever want to bid for the Games these days?’” Garcetti said. “We know we could do a Games that would be profitable, just like they were in 1984 when we helped save the Olympic movement.”

Los Angeles was the only city that wanted the games in 1984, and it made money. L.A. predicts its 2024 Games would cost about $6 billion and generate a $161 million surplus from TV rights, sponsorships and ticket sales.

In the past decade, the Olympics have cost an average of $8.9 billion, with an average cost overrun of 156 percent.

But the L.A. mayor says bringing the Games back to the heart of Hollywood would not only be a win for his city, but the entire country.

“This is a movement that needs America, but I think America needs the Olympics, too,” Garcetti said.
http://www.cbsnews.com/news/olympics...ition-profits/
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Old September 12th, 2016, 04:42 AM   #1671
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Seven-story Hollywood development restoring Earl Carroll Theatre moves forward

The project’s size and stats are unchanged. Designed by Harley Ellis Devereaux, the seven-story structure will hold 200 units (a mix of studios and one- and two-bedroom apartments), and have approximately 4,700 square feet of commercial space on the ground level along Sunset. One big change has been the color. The once yellow structure is now sporting a much milder blue exterior. There’s still no official name for the project. It was referred to as 6250 Sunset in planning documents, but the developers often refer to it as Essex Hollywood.

The project will also include the restoration of the Earl Carroll Theatre immediately to the east of the new project’s site, and the creation of a paseo between the two. The theater houses a Nickelodeon TV production studio right now. After the project is built, it will either remain studio space or turn into creative offices. Essex is planning on restoring the facade of the structure, including its old signage of "the Beryl Wallace image and the vertical lighting strips." (The sign will be either neon or an LED alternative, according to the presentation Essex gave to the PLUM committee.)

Golder says Essex is aiming to get its entitlements by the end of this year, break ground in the second half of 2017, and complete the project sometime in 2019.
http://la.curbed.com/2016/9/9/128626...arroll-theatre
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These cool giant paper airplanes are going up soon at Grand Park

Earlier this year, after a design competition, it was decided that Civic Center’s Grand Park would get a new shade structure designed to look like a collection of paper airplanes. Now, the new park amenity is finally ready to launch.

The shade structure appropriately titled "Paper Airplane" will be unveiled Tuesday near the oft-photographed Arthur J. Will Memorial Fountain (they're actually made by "made of a mesh-like material"). Created by artists Elenita Torres and Dean Sherriff, it will look like a squadron of 11 giant paper planes floating across Olive Court. That's the totally exposed area between Grand and Hill where food trucks line up during the weekday lunch hours.
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Old September 13th, 2016, 07:15 AM   #1673
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Cladding Goes up at Hollywood's Kimpton Hotel

After nearly one year of construction, exterior work is in full swing for Hollywood's Argyle Hotel.

Located at 1800 N. Argyle Avenue, the project consists of a 16-story hotel featuring 220 guest rooms, restaurant space, and ancillary features such as meeting rooms, a swimming pool and a parking garage.

The 184-foot tall building is being designed by San Diego-based ACRM Architects and developed by the Robert Green Co. City records indicate that San Francisco-based Kimpton Hotels has signed on to operate the hotel.

The project is one of three high-rise developments at the intersection of Argyle and Yucca Street, including an 18-story apartment tower rising adjacent to the Capitol Records Building, and a 32-story tower planned across the street.
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Old September 14th, 2016, 05:35 AM   #1674
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House of Blues building slated for demolition at Disneyland

Disney wants to demolish the empty House of Blues building in Downtown Disney, now that the concert venue is moving to the nearby GardenWalk mall.

A request to raze the more than 17,000-square-foot building and its nearly 2,800-square-foot patio was filed Sept. 6 with the city. The permit application says demolition could start as early as Sept. 20. The existing basement would be left alone.

Disney officials confirmed that pending approval by Anaheim, the building, which is in the center of the promenade outside the two theme parks, would be demolished. They would not say what will replace the restaurant and 1,000-seat concert hall.

House of Blues is overhauling the old movie theaters at the GardenWalk shopping center into a 2,000-seat concert hall and a smaller 400-seat room for less well-known names and other events. There will be a larger restaurant, lounge and kitchen than at the Downtown Disney location.

House of Blues was originally scheduled to open over the summer, but is now slated to debut in 2017.
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Residential-Retail Complex Slated for Sherman Way

The proposed development, slated for the southeast corner of Sherman Way and Etiwanda Avenue, would consist of two four-story buildings featuring 115 residential units, approximately 10,500 square feet of retail space and a 228-car garage. Floor plan diagrams on file with the Department of City Planning (LADCP) indicate that the project would offer a mixture of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, as well as swimming pools and rooftop decks.

Renderings from Woodland Hills-based CSA Architects portray a pair of contemporary low-rise buildings, clad with glass, stucco and smooth plaster cement.

The approximately 1.5-acre site is currently improved with two small commercial buildings and a surface parking lot, all of which would be demolished for the new development.
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LA 2024 video marks one year until Olympic leaders select host for 2024 Summer Games

Francisco Pizarro, the Spanish conquistador who discovered Lima, Peru, originally named the city Ciudad de los Reyes—City of the Kings.

Next September the International Olympic Committee and its 90 members will come to the City of the Kings to crown the host city for the 2024 Olympic Games.

One year out from the September 13, 2017 host city vote IOC members and international sports officials said competition for the 2024 Games is emerging as two city race between Los Angeles and Paris, both cities looking to host their third Olympics.

But a nearly as pressing—and perhaps even more revealing—question facing the IOC is will any other city join Paris and Los Angeles on the ballot next September?

The IOC is facing the likelihood that Rome, only months ago the self-proclaimed front runner with its European rival Paris, will drop out of the 2024 race any day now. Rome Mayor Virginia Raggi has made no secret of her opposition to an Olympic bid and the Italian new agency ANSA recently reported that the bid will be shut down this month.

Hungary’s National Election Committee has until October 6 to decide whether to hold on a national referendum on whether Budapest should continue to pursue the 2024 Games.

November’s election, however, could give a significant boost to the Los Angeles bid.

“The Clintons are very supportive,” Garcetti said. “A lot of people (on the IOC) brought up the fond memories they had of Hillary Clinton, IOC members who said ‘I went to that luncheon when she was the First Lady in ‘96.’ So I think that a lot of people have a connection with the Clintons for sure.”
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Old September 15th, 2016, 05:22 AM   #1677
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MiceAge Disneyland Rumor Update – Monorail, Marvel, and Major Projects

Monorail Reroute

At about the same time Guardians construction is wrapping up and DCA’s Food & Wine Festival is winding down next spring, the Disneyland Monorail will close for the rest of 2017. For the first time since Indiana Jones was built in 1994, the monorail beam will be re-routed around park expansion space. This was hinted at by the planning documents Disney had to submit to the City of Anaheim earlier this month, and the plan is to reroute the beam from the point it emerges from Tomorrowland until it meets up with the existing beam behind Stage 17, just before it travels over the Buena Vista Street bridge in DCA. The new route will take the beam parallel to the existing inbound beam, before it makes an S-curve across the Esplanade to meet the current route through the rest of DCA. The Disneyland Monorail is currently scheduled to close on April 17th, 2017 and remain closed through at least October, although those dates could change a bit this far out.

Marvel-ous

As we’d told you in July’s update, weeks before Disney released those planning documents, the long term plan is to use most of the space currently occupied by bus loading zones for DCA park expansion. You don’t spend tens of millions of dollars on a rerouted monorail beam for nothing, after all. And remember, this section is the beam added to the Disneyland Hotel in 1961 that was left completely untouched by DCA’s initial construction in the late 1990’s. Which is why Disney is remaining so hush-hush about the monorail reroute, because it would clearly signal a major change to that Hollywood Backlot part of DCA.

This DCA expansion is the next big push to use all that money Bob Chapek, Bob Iger and Disney’s Board of Directors is now willing to send to Anaheim, to get the neglected Marvel properties permanently into a Disney theme park. The recent shakeup and layoffs at WDI are also part of this Chapek plan, as the senior WDI execs recently let go were known mostly for the long list of concepts they kept in Blue Sky development phases but that they never managed to get built in a park. The new WDI execs have been tasked with picking top creative prospects and then making a business case and getting them actually built in a park, not just destined for a glossy coffee table book sold to a few fans. That the Disneyland Resort is currently the top performing theme park property on the books means those winning ideas are coming to Anaheim first.

The Hollywood Backlot area has been a hodgepodge of unrelated concepts and cheap ideas since its inception in 2001, and time has not been kind to this sleepy and unattractive corner of DCA. Luckily help is on the way in the form of big budget attractions and a dramatic re-use and expanded footprint of this part of DCA. Think along the lines of the aesthetic transformation the original park entry and Sun Plaza got to become Buena Vista Street and Carthay Circle, with the big budget rides and showmanship of Cars Land, and you’ll understand the scope of what WDI and TDA are currently planning here.
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Rams doubled their worth by moving to Los Angeles, Forbes says

The Dallas Cowboys are still the NFL's most valuable franchise, but the Rams are rising fast and could soon challenge for that top spot.

According to Forbes, which Wednesday released its annual list of the NFL’s most valuable teams, the Cowboys are worth $4.2 billion, up 5% from last year and well ahead of the second-place New England Patriots, valued at $3.4 billion.

The top five is rounded out by the New York Giants ($3.1 billion), San Francisco 49ers ($3 billion) and Washington Redskins ($2.95 billion).

Propelled by their relocation to Los Angeles, the Rams moved all the way up from No. 28 last year to No. 6 this year. Forbes estimates their value at $2.9 billion, an increase of 100% from a year ago.
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Excavation for new Rams stadium could start in two to three months

Developers expect to start excavation for the Rams’ $2.6-billion Inglewood stadium in the next two to three months.

“From that point forward it just races ahead over a period of time,” said Gerard McCallum II, project manager for the Hollywood Park Land Co.

The city of Inglewood issued a grading permit for the 298-acre site earlier this month that noted “quantities include excavation for stadium”

While site preparation and infrastructure work has been ongoing for about a year and a half, the big dig will be the most visible sign of progress on the stadium that is expected to be finished in 2019.
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Metro’s first bike-only on-ramp to San Gabriel River bike path took 11 years, $1 million to build

The paved bikeway plunges into the buckwheat-and-sage-scrub-covered spreading grounds of the San Gabriel River, projecting an unobstructed view of the San Gabriel Mountains beyond the curved, concrete spillway of the Santa Fe Dam.

But the spectacular views are not the new bike path’s only firsts.

The 1.1-mile, $1 million path is the first bike-only on-ramp to the existing 28-mile San Gabriel River bike path stretching north-to-south between the mountains and Long Beach.

It’s also the first car-less bicycle-train connection in Los Angeles County, joining bike rider with train rider at the Metro Gold Line Duarte/City of Hope Station on Duarte Road and Highland Avenue.

“Connecting the Metro Gold Line to 28 miles of the San Gabriel River Bike Trail: that in and of itself is an accomplishment,” said county Supervisor Hilda Solis on Thursday at the trail’s grand opening.

In truth, the bike trail is only half completed. The Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation say the first section of the trail from the Gold Line station to the river area is scheduled for completion in 2021, at the earliest.
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